The MSPH degree in Global Environmental Health Sciences prepares students to recognize, evaluate and control global environmental health problems, use quantitative and qualitative methods to evaluate environmental data, and to manage delivery of global environmental health services. Beyond the school core requirements, students select elective coursework in consultation with their academic advisor to strengthen their knowledge, skill and competence in specific areas of environmental health.The MSPH degree is designed for both pre- and mid-career professionals.
Upon completion of the MSPH degree in Global Environmental Health Sciences graduates will have the following competencies:
- Recognize, evaluate, and control global environmental health problems.
- Apply environmental health principles to solve global public health problems.
- Use quantitative and qualitative methods to evaluate environmental and health data.
- Translate research in global environmental health into practice.
- Communicate environmental health information to peer groups, environmental health practitioners, affected communities, and the public.
The MSPH Degree in Global Environmental Health Sciences requires 45 credits that include:
|SPHTM Foundational Requirements (15 credits)|
|SPHL 6020||Foundations in Public Health||3|
|SPHL 6050||Biostatistics for Public Healt||3|
|SPHL 6060||Epidemiology for Public Health||3|
|SPHL 6070||Health Systems Policy and Mgmt||3|
|SPHL 6080||Design Strategies in PH Prgrms||3|
|Program Course Requirements (21 credits total)|
|GEHS 6030||Survey of Environ Hlth||3|
|GEHS 6420||Global Food Safety and PH||3|
|GEHS 6510||Water Quality Management||3|
|GEHS 6560||Env Health Microbiology||3|
|GEHS 6600||Principles of Toxicology||3|
|GEHS 7500||Air Samp & Analysis||3|
|or GEHS 6920||Env Mon/Samp & Analy in a Disa|
|GEHS 7620||Health Risk Assessment||3|
|Elective Courses 1||9|
|SPHL 9980||Applied Practice Experience||0|
|SPHL 7950||Integrated Learning Experience||0|
|Total Credit Hours||45|
Selected from courses offered within the department, school, or university in consultation with an academic advisor.